Be a Wizard with Numbers: 101 Ways to Count Yourself Smart




      Be a Wizard with Numbers: 101 Ways to Count Yourself Smart
Can you multiply and divide by 2 or 10 without pencil and paper Of course you can And believe it or not, with just those two skills and a few simple tricks you can perform just about any everyday calculation in your head That s just a small sample of the kind of number wizardry readers will learn to master in this amazingly entertaining and supremely practical book The author a former math teacher who wows audiences as The Mathemagician takes the anxiety out of numbers for everyone from schoolkids suffering from math phobia to grown ups bargaining for the best car deal And he also provides the kind of intriguing mental exercises that keep aging brains flexible and fit. Free Download Be a Wizard with Numbers: 101 Ways to Count Yourself Smart Author Andrew Jeffrey For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 144 pages
  • Be a Wizard with Numbers: 101 Ways to Count Yourself Smart
  • Andrew Jeffrey
  • English
  • 14 June 2019
  • 1844838420

10 thoughts on “ Be a Wizard with Numbers: 101 Ways to Count Yourself Smart

  1. Rob says:

    Fantastic little book I m a little weird in that I like maths I m not necessarily good at it, but I like it.This book explains things so well that I think if you don t like maths and you read this, then you may at...

  2. Susan says:

    I love little books that show tricks with numbers I want to readabout Ada Lovelace know that I know here tie to computer science.

  3. Mike says:

    Interesting little book, and full of interesting stuff, but it s the sort of book you zip through and then forget Or at least I did.

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